Holy Trinity Church, Churchover

Holy Trinity Church, Churchover | Image courtesy of William Arnold.
Holy Trinity Churchover
Image courtesy of William Arnold.
Description of this historic site

Holy Trinity Church which is of Medieval date, although it was largely restored during the Imperial period. It is situated on Church Street, Churchover.

Notes about this historic site

1 Chancel with S vestry and organ-chamber, nave, N and S aisles, S porch, W tower, and spire. The S arcade, S door, and W tower are the only Medieval portions of the present building; the remainder dates from 1896 when the church was rebuilt, mainly in 14th century style, by Bassett Smith. Before this ‘restoration’ it consisted of chancel with apsidal termination, nave, galleried S aisle, S porch, and W tower. There was no chancel arch, the walls of the chancel and nave being continuous; they were probably of the late 13th century. The apse and S porch were modern additions. Late 13th century S arcade, much repaired. 13th century S doorway. 15th century W tower, restored 1911. 12th century font. 16th century and 17th century monuments. The church is recorded in 1291.
2 In the S aisle W wall, reset, a Norman capital with symmetrical stylised foliage.
3 Listed Building description.

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